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Restoring sight, advances in fertility treatments and better visibility for pilots at FIO

...sts at the University of Waterloo in Ontario, Canada and Spain's University of Murcia used a Macroscope, a patented technology developed by Biomedical photometrics Inc., which enables imaging of much larger tissue samples at a very high resolution V in this case tissue infected with malaria. Using their new pate...
Photometrics in Biological Technology

A new wide field-of-view confocal imaging system and its applications in drug discovery and pathology

...kinos a , Arthur E. Dixon a and Lucy E. J. Lee b a Biomedical photometrics Inc., A12-550 Parkside Dr., Waterloo, Ontario N2L 5V4, Canada; ...m. This confocal instrument has been commercialized by Biomedical photometrics Inc., under the trade name of "TISSUEscope TM ". Website: www.confocal.com....
Photometrics in Biological Products

The DNAscope IV & V from Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

Description: 'The DNAscope V is a fully integrated system for fluorescent biochip & microarray scanning and image processing that deliver excellent quality microarray images. The DNAscope V is a high quality microarray scanner that is based on patented confocal laser imaging technology for optimal background ...
Company:Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

The DNAscope LM from Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

Description: 'The DNAscope LM is a high quality microarray scanner based on patented confocal laser imaging technology for optimal background rejection and spatial resolution. The DNAscope LM is unique because it is the only low cost microarray scanner that is upgradeable to a total of 3 laser excitation sourc...
Company:Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

Open Frame DNAscope from Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

Description: The Open Frame DNAscope is an integrated confocal laser scanner designed to be flexible, customizable, and readily integrated into your specific application. GeneFocus can recommend a standard configuration, or we can tailor the system to your specifications. The Open Frame DNAscopes patented opti...
Company:Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

DNAscope AT from Biomedical Photometrics Inc.

Description: 'A New Concept in Microarrays: Biomedical Photometrics Inc. (Waterloo, Ontario, Canada) and CLONDIAG chip technologies GmbH (Jena, Germany) have collaborated to develop a fluorescence reader for the new CLONDIAG ArrayTube System. The DNAscope AT is based on BPIs patented MACROscope technology. The...
Company:Biomedical Photometrics Inc.
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